|Quality: 720p||Release date: September 8, 2018|
|Keywords: –||Genres: Comedy|
|Duration: 90 min||Original title: To Plant a Flag|
Can't wait for the world premiere of To Plant a Flag at Toronto int Film Festival in September. Thank you Jason and Jake for doing this with me! Check out the link for more info and trailer: https://www.tiff.net/tiff/to-plant-a-flag/ #jakejohnson #jasonschwartzman #iceland #nasa #toronto #tiff #space #movies #space #moon #apollo
Took me a while to get here. But worth the trip I hope. Getting a litte nervous before the premiere tomorrow. #toronto #canada #tiff #nasa #apollo #movies #filmfestival
Deeply saddened they've decided to edit history. The whole point of going to the moon was about national pride and dominance set against a backdrop of the cold war. Being the first nation to plant a flag on the moon allowed us to rub Brezhnev's nose in it.— grumpy old guy (@tetsuwari3) August 31, 2018
It is one of many achievements. He didn't go to plant a flag. He planted it, but that wasn't his motivation. Find a quote where he claims anything about that mission in the name of America. He didn't say a giant leap for Americans, or came in peace for American he said mankind.— 💋Trouble (@Troublev02) September 2, 2018
So few people know that the only worthwhile achievement of the moon landings was to plant a flag.— Doktor Zoom (@DoktorZoom) August 31, 2018
Also, the Democrats wanted to expand slavery to the moon.
The whole point of going to the Moon wasn't to do science.— ISMV Star Fortress in the 31st century (@StarFortress) August 31, 2018
It was to plant a flag on the Moon.
In this universe, the flag there is American.
A huge disservice to everyone at NASA.
Whatever it is you think you're doing, Annie, whatever hill you're trying to plant a flag on/martyr yourself on --- the truth is that you're telling some badass WOC what to do, in a thoroughly disrespectful way. Why would we want to stand with you on this?— Geneva Smith (@GenevaSmith) September 3, 2018
I never had the impulse to get tattoos, but seeing how people react and judge makes me wish I could decide on some image to wear for the rest of my life, just to plant a flag that says don't judge on prejudice— Joelle Nebbe-Mornod (@iphigenie) September 7, 2018